Terry Goodkind Writing Styles in Debt of Bones

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Point of View

The story is written from Abby's point of view in first person. The reader will have a limited point of view, able to see only the emotions of Abby. While the author uses her to give an account of what is happening, the reader will find many times that it is known what Abby is feeling but not why. For instance, Abby feels that what she has come to ask the First Wizard for is wrong, but the reader doesn't understand why she feels that way until after Mariska has shown up and told Abby she intends to kill Abby's young daughter.

Zedd is a character that always seems to know more than he is telling. This will add to the plot of the story for the reader since knowing all the things that Zedd knows would have ruined much of the climax in the story...

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